Auctions Show A Solid Contemporary Art Market, for Now Neither a shaky economy nor industry scandals deterred collectors from New York's art auctions this week. Contemporary work sold for several million dollars. But the future of the market remains cloudy. David D'Arcy reports.
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Auctions Show A Solid Contemporary Art Market, for Now

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Auctions Show A Solid Contemporary Art Market, for Now

Auctions Show A Solid Contemporary Art Market, for Now

Auctions Show A Solid Contemporary Art Market, for Now

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Neither a shaky economy nor industry scandals deterred collectors from New York's art auctions this week. Contemporary work sold for several million dollars. But the future of the market remains cloudy. David D'Arcy reports.